A few months ago, it looked like Apple (AAPL, -0.06%) was many, many years away from reaching the landmark its fans were predicting: Planting its flag as America’s first $1 trillion company.

But since the presidential election, the iPhone maker’s shares have staged one of the most breathtaking displays in the history of capital markets. After closing at $109 on Nov. 7, Apple has surged to $144, lifting its market cap from $573 billion to $757 billion.



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